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Pernod

[pair-noh; French per-naw] /pɛərˈnoʊ; French pɛrˈnɔ/
Trademark.
1.
a brand of green, aromatic anise- and licorice-flavored liqueur, originally from France.
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  • I shall go back and prepare the dinner, and thou shalt remain and drink a Pernod.

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  • He dropped into a chair and poured himself an inch of Pernod, as the defeated suitor turned to me in despair.

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Pernod

/ˈpɛənəʊ; French pɛrno/
noun
1.
trademark an aniseed-flavoured apéritif from France
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